Determined to make the most of her life and have an impact on the world, sophomore Areyana Proctor helped launch a video production company that produces legacy interviews to preserve families’ history and memories.
Captivated by the colorful, historic murals painted by Chicano and Chicana artists in the La Alma-Lincoln Park area in Denver, CU alumna Allyson Burbeck focused her graduate thesis on examining the history and legacy of the neighborhood's muralism.
Rehearsals for the CU Boulder Eklund Opera’s "Béatrice et Bénédict" had been underway since the fall and into March. When the performance was canceled, the cast decided that the show would go on, but not as a live production.
College of Music professor Michael Thornton and some of the CU Horn Studio took their classical musical chops to the modern world of social media. They pulled inspiration from the wildly popular platform TikTok.
In the Persuasive Prints exhibition at the CU Art Museum, prints gathered from the museum’s collection show how artists and printmakers have combined images, text and artistic techniques to persuade viewers.
Two classes of undergraduate students in the Program in Environmental Design worked with Mary Mattingly, the CU Art Museum’s artist-in-residence, to design models for an ecotopian library of the future for the exhibition.